A pressure injury is a common and painful health condition, particularly among people who are elderly or surgical patients. In order to explore how to use the information management system to optimize the pressure injury management process of surgical patients, this work establishes an integrated pressure injury management information platform for surgical patients, which can effectively control the key links in the process and realize the multistep full-process monitoring of surgical patients from admission to discharge. A total of 578 patients before the operation of the information platform were selected as the control group (CG), and after the operation of the information platform, 662 cases became the observation group (OG). Various evaluation metrics are employed to evaluate pressure injury in terms of single-pass rate, high-risk pressure injury, transfer skin condition description matching rate, hospital pressure injury incidence, and incidence of pressure injury in surgical patients at various stages. The results showed that the qualified rate of the pressure injury assessment in the OG was 99.2%, the accuracy rate of high-risk pressure injury screening and reporting was 100.0%, and the matching rate of the transfer skin description was 100.0%, which was higher than that of the CG. The integrated pressure injury management information platform for surgical patients based on the information management system realizes the full, continuous, accurate, and dynamic evaluation and monitoring of patients' skin. Furthermore, it can effectively improve the quality of pressure injury care and facilitate care management.